Haddon Lake Boathouse

Haddon Lake House, Old Park, St. Lawrence, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, PO38 1XR

Late Availability
A number of weeks are available in September and October 2017 at a reduction of 15% on the usual tariff, please enquire.

Haddon Lake Boathouse is tucked away in the glorious 2 acre grounds of Haddon Lake House, voted one of the countrys finest gardens in the television series I Own Britains Best Home and Garden. Presenter Laurence Llewelyn Bowen was won over by this pocket paradise on the Isle of Wight. With shared gardens and stunning lake, this beautifully converted detached single storey barn enjoys a superb elevated location. Approached alongside the owners home with gently sloping path access, the Boathouse is at the heart of this glorious award winning Victorian garden that has been featured in national magazines including Homes and Gardens. A perfect holiday base for breath taking scenery and spectacular downland and coastal walks. Sea 650 yards. Shop half a mile.

Recently and stylishly converted, the property offers all the comforts of home inside, and outside a private terrace, deck and furniture. Guests are encouraged to use all the gardens and grounds as if they were their own! 

The accommodation features:

Open-plan living/dining room/kitchen, limed oak floor.
Double bedroom, skylight and feature limestone floor, ensuite bathroom with shower attachment, toilet.
Single bedroom, skylight and limestone floor, ensuite shower room, toilet.
All services: electricity, radiators, bed linen, towels are included.
Facilities available: satellite TV; DVD; microwave; washing machine; dishwasher.
Dedicated off-road parking space.

Note:

Bookings are normally a minimum of seven nights from, Saturday to Saturday, but this can be negotiable at certain times of the year. Open from 1 May to 30 October.

Regret no babies or children under 16 yrs for reasons of insurance due to unfenced lake. The accommodation is not suitable for pets, and we request that guests do not smoke in the cottage.

The garden which the cottage adjoins has featured in Homes and Gardens (Feb 2006), The Sunday Times (March 2007), the Lady magazine (May 2007), Ideal Home (June 2007), and was a main feature article in Country Living magazine (Oct 2008) and The English Garden magazine (Aug 2009), The Garden - RHS Journal (Dec 2010), Garden Style (Aug 2012), Country Life (Oct 2012) and Rustica (August 2015). The gardens have also been featured in books - Dream Gardens of England (published by Merrell), Exploring Britain's Country Gardens (published by the AA) and Garden Design - A Book of Ideas (published by Mitchell Beazley.
The Boathouse is within sight of the sea, and surrounded by the beautiful AONB countryside of the Undercliff of the Island. The Undercliff enjoys a specially protected micro climate that is thought to be one of the warmest locations in the UK. Although situated on a private road, the Boathouse is within easy distance by car of Ventnor (for pubs and restaurants), and all the local attractions the Island has to offer, including sailing, golf, fishing, riding, plus spectacular coastal and downland walks.
Accommodation Amenities
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